Where to Cycle in Nova Scotia

Adam Barnett

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ISBN: 9781771087247

Where to Cycle in Nova Scotia

A Guidebook for Exploring the Back Roads and Rail Trails of Nova Scotia

  Author:   Adam Barnett    
  Publisher:  Nimbus Publishing

Finally, the guidebook cycling enthusiasts have been waiting for. Where to Cycle in Nova Scotia brings together the collective knowledge of Nova Scotia’s cycling community, compiled and curated by experienced cycling guide Adam Barnett, to bring you the best cycling routes in the province, from the majestic Cape Breton Highlands to the dynamic coastlines of the Eastern, North, South, and French Shores, to the vibrant Annapolis Valley, the scenic Truro area, and lively urban Halifax. Each route features easy-to-navigate turn-by-turn directions, as well as distance and duration of ride, and fun activities—like museums, hikes, beaches, and wineries—to explore along the way.

This compact, highly readable guidebook will find a happy home in the bike bags and backpacks of anyone who has ever dreamed of cycling in this beautiful province.

Details and Specs
ISBN associated with this title: 9781771087247
Item NB1420
PublisherNimbus Publishing
PublisherNimbus Publishing
Published on July 5 2019
Language eng
Pages 266
Format Paperback
Dimensions8(in) x 5.5(in)
Shipping weight368(g)
Adam Barnett has spent many years exploring Nova Scotia, leading him to believe the sweetest spots are located at the end of a dirt road, and the best way to get there is by bicycle. He has worked as a cycling guide all over Eastern Canada and dedicates his time to mapping out trails and routes in order to share with others to help increase the profile of Nova Scotia as an outdoor destination.

Quick Quotes

"A wonderfully complete guide for anyone wanting to cycle around, through, or into Nova Scotia.... Whether your pleasure is hidden back roads and shoreline trails, or routes within a densely populated area, or the Cabot Trail, you can find it here.... Every rider, regardless of skill level, should make room for this book when they pack." —Your Local Magazine